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Star Wars

Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by gm1216, Jan 3, 2005.

  1. gm1216

    gm1216 Member

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    Howdy,

    I have run into a problem using Shrink & Decrypter tring to back up my star wars dvd's. They are part of a 4 disc set I got, so I am not sure if there is new technology as far as the copyright protection. I have plenty of computer and no probs with the media I have been using.

    I used decrypter to load it into my system, using file mode. I then opened shrink and attempted to open it to re-author it, but could only find the Video_TS folder. It would not show any files under that folder. I can go directly into my hard drive and find the folder, and when I open it and the Video_TS file folder, I find the VOB files no prob. Shrink won't let me find them. I have not tried to burn using ISO mode yet, so maybe that will be the way to go..

    I tried it the 1st episode & also with the Empire Strikes Back. Both do the same thing, and when I try any other dvd it works like a champ. I have been reading the forums attempting to find an answer but to no avail. Also a question I have yet to answer. Will Shrink remove the CSS like decrypter does?

    Thanks for any input on why this might be happening.
     
  2. RedAnt

    RedAnt Regular member

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    I used DVD Shrink to back my copyes of Star Wars. I did have a bit of a problem with A New hope.but the other Dvd were a piceof cake.I used DVD to burn the iso.
    And by the way Shrink dose remove the CSS decription.
     
  3. kchev

    kchev Regular member

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    i used shrink by itself to do mine
     
  4. MarkNZ

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    I used DVD X Copy to do mine. Worked fine.
     

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